Pennsylvania, USA, Allows NetEnt Games

 

Thanks to recent events, Pennsylvania has now opened an untapped regulated gambling market. This means that casinos and software providers alike will be lining up to claim new territory – one of which the ever-growing software developer Net Entertainment. Thanks to the success of recent connections, their games are now completely available within this state.

The Interactive Gaming Manufacturer Conditional License was authorized to NetEnt as proof of recognition. The organizational authority which granted this was the PGCB, also known as the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

Pennsylvania has always been a sought-after place for gambling fans. It is known as the second-largest state in the US with a regulated casino market. This makes it the fifth-largest state in the whole country when it comes to the number of population. Pennsylvania has always had a strong standing of land-based casinos, choosing more traditional methods of gambling. These new investments show the state’s willingness to move forward into the future and opt for more innovative works through the world of online entertainment. NetEnt, in particular, has been waiting for this opportunity to bring the state into the future. Many customer dealings have already been made in advance so that NetEnt could be one of the top contenders that operate within the state.

Managing Director at NetEnt Americas LLC, Erik Nyman, issued the following statement from the news of the dealership. He said: “We are one of the few online casino suppliers offering our games right from the start, and I am convinced that our award-winning online casino games will be much appreciated by players in Pennsylvania”. The excitement from this development may invite other software providers to be granted access as well. If this happens, then Pennsylvania may become one of the leading market areas in online gambling entertainment.

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